They provide financial assistance and funding for medical expenses, medical equipment not covered by insurance, adaptive bicycles, special needs athletic programs, and therapeutic horseback riding sessions, as well as cover travel and lodging costs for families receiving out of state care.
They offer adaptive toys for children with disabilities at a lower cost than most other companies. In addition to new adaptive toys, they offer adaptive toys that are gently used, and have the capabilities to complete custom adaptations on toys that children already have.
They are a Colorado nonprofit corporation founded to assist people with physical limitations with modifications and adaptions of toys and devices. They conduct an event called Santa's Little Hackers that provides free adapted toys for disabled individuals.
Tubie Friends are stuffed animals that have been “operated on” to add feeding tubes, trachs, and PIC lines just like the children who love them. This organization provides free Tubie friends to individuals to help educate them and make them feel more secure with their feeding tubes and other medical devices.
This organization provides funding for equipment not covered by insurance, including wheelchairs, gait trainers, AFO’s hoyer lifts, bathing solutions, vehicle modifications, and some home modifications.